LE REVERIE – Secret Show at the Foundation Room

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a - IMG_4449Critics have penned , the female fronted goth giant as a celebration for fans of the Dream Theater era of prog and metal and fans just keep pouring in the door to see front woman Allie Jorgen lead a circus of symphonic masterpieces under an array of bright lights and arena level mastery of hard-hitting rock n’ roll. Performing throughout 2014 on stages with legendary artists such as Uli John Roth and Prong, the well received CD release of their 2013 debut album Dark Symphony has put the band on the map and there’s no turning back now.

At a secret show, featured on the small stage tucked upstairs at the House of Blues Hollywood, joined the cast party of the film while performing a full set of music, including the song The Dream, which was selected as the theme song for the film.

Guests in attendance, along with the filmmakers and stars of the film, graced the red carpet for photos with the band and a special appearance by Hellion front woman,  Ann Boleyn.  On stage, the band performed the following songs:

01. Dark Secrets
02.Twisted
03. Dark Symphony
04. La Reverie
05. Hall of Mirrors
06. Raven
07. Pleasure and Pain
08. Truth and Lies
09. Hold Me Down

a - IMG_4032 released their CD at the Roxy in 2013 to immediate acclaim. The CD received the L.A. Music Critics Award for the best rock CD of the year. Columnists on Examiner praised the band for their NAMM week performance. The song Hold Me Down won the breakout single of the year at the Los Angeles Music Awards and Internet Rock Radio has been praising the release with spins from the album consistently throughout the world.

The band has shows scheduled through the end of 2014 and are building new tour dates moving in to 2015.

Find the band online at the following links:

Website: www.lereverie.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Le-Reverie/123374824370714
Twitter: twitter.com/LeReverie

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